Xbox has revealed the games coming to its Game Pass service in the next couple of weeks.
Out today are the Shadowrun Trilogy on cloud and console, and Total War: Three Kingdoms on PC. The former is a cyberpunk tactical RPG series, while the latter is a Chinese take on the multi award-winning strategy series.
Then, 23rd June brings two more titles: FIFA 2022 (console and PC) and mythical action game Naraka: Bladepoint (cloud, console, PC).
Later still, Far Cry 5 will be added on 1st July.
Already added to the service this month are nostalgic beat-em-upTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge (cloud, console, PC) - Donlan is a fan - and narrative game Omori (cloud, console, PC).
For Game Pass Ultimate users, 10 more games have been given touch-screen controls on compatible devices. That includes Bugsnax, Ninja Gaiden ∑, Life is Strange: True Colors, and Broken Age.
Lastly, the following games will leave the service on 30th June:
- FIFA 20 (console and PC) EA Play
- Jurassic World Evolution (console and cloud)
- Last Stop (cloud, console, and PC)
- MotoGP 20 (cloud, console, and PC)
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